Are you in Ghana or planning to visit this December? Join us for our final trip of 2019 and explore the hidden treasures of Techiman. It's going to be a 4 days and 3-night backroading of Techiman. A tour into the hidden treasures of Techiman.
The Following are going to be the line ups.
DAY ONE - FRIDAY 27TH - MARKET DAY & KIRSTO BUASE MONASTERY
- We start out with an exploration of the Techiman market – a vibrant, colourful marketplace that is reputedly the largest food market in West Africa.
- After this whirlwind dive into the sights and sounds of a traditional African market, we will seek respite at the nearby Kristo Buase Monastery.
DAY TWO - SATURDAY 28TH - TANO SACRED GROVE, FULLER FALLS AND KINTAMPO FALLS
- We begin with the discovery of one of Tanoboase’s prime ecotourist sites – Tano Sacred Grove. The community-run and protected sanctuary is home to striking sandstone rock formations, a canopy of ancient trees and is a site of spiritual significance
- We will then head to Fuller Falls, a waterfall situated on the Yoko River whose stream remarkably disappears underground for 40m before re-emerging.
- The final destination of the day will be Kintampo Falls, an impressive waterfall along the Pumpum River that cascades 70m down a series of beautiful rocky steps. Each of the three stages of the waterfall can be seen from its surrounding canopy walkways that are suspended from the forest
DAY THREE - SUNDAY 29TH - BUOYEM VILLAGE
- Day 3 will consist of cave exploration, hiking, visiting hidden waterfalls and taking in the breathtaking beauty of Buoyem and surrounds. The day’s excursions will begin in Buoyem village, whose name is literally translated as “inside stone”, and is surrounded on three sides by dramatic cliffs and hills. We will have the opportunity to hike for several hours through the Mprisi rainforest and encounter interesting natural sights along the way
DAY FOUR - MONDAY - 30TH - BOABENG-FIEMA MONKEY SANCTUARY
- The final stop on the tour before heading back to Accra is the Boabeng-Fiema Monkey Wildlife Sanctuary. The sanctuary was created in the early1970s as an effort to protect the monkey population residing in the semi-deciduous forests around the villages of Boabeng and Fiema. The sanctuary is home to an impressive 650 monkeys of different species